Picture This is how you gang tackle.
West Virginia police were assisted on the scene by Keystone Kops.
ESPN's College GameDay is in Tuscaloosa, Alabama this week for Alabama vs. Penn State.
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Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore is capitalizing off the fame of his newfound celebrity by plowing through a wide swath of women across the state of Idaho.
"Every woman in the state wants to have a go with Kellen Moore," said the junior quarterback of the No. 3 ranked Broncos. "And some of them aren't even that disgusting. It's awesome."
Reggie Bush may have to give his Heisman back. But will anyone really want it? It's been through a tough five years.
Or is that Lutherans? I forget. Either way, I think we can all agree that Episcopalians are great at pass protection.
News Baseball Season Ends
The Major League Baseball season reportedly ended last night right around the time the football season kicked off. The championship will likely be awarded to the New York Yankees who won yesterday afternoon in the last game played before football.
The Big Ten announced a division breakdown for the new 12-team league that will begin play in 2012, splitting the historic conference in two.
Ohio State, Michigan, Penn State, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Nebraska, Purdue, Iowa, Minnesota and Illinois will be in one currently unnamed division, while Indiana and Northwestern will compete in the Big Ten Embarrassment Division. Conference commissioner Jim Delany says the split was the best move for the conference and its member schools.
Every college has it's own unique football gameday traditions.
Yet these 13 people show up at every game at every school in the country.
#1 The Visiting Parents
They drove five hours to come see their kid at college and thought they could all take in a game together. They would think that. Idiots. Jesus, do they not realize how embarrassing they are? Their kid has lived on his own at school for, like, a few weeks now. He's grown. The last thing he needs is his mom and dad asking about whether or not he's made friends and how his classes are. Just shut up and try to make it through the next 36 hours without humiliating him too much, MOM. Oh, and they're going to Target after the game. There's a bunch of stuff he needs them to buy for his dorm room.
#2 The Rich Alumnus
This guy might be the easiest to spot: he's wearing a blazer that's the school's color just beneath a regal shock of silver hair. He has several dormitories and lecture halls names after him around the campus. He's happy to sport the school colors and come to a football game, but he wishes that the boys would engage in some of the more dignified pursuits students enjoyed in his day, like polo, ballroom dancing, and segregation.